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DeKalb Community Service Board is a public, nonprofit treatment provider of community-based behavioral health and developmental disability services located in DeKalb County, Georgia, in the Atlanta metropolitan area. We strive to provide the highest quality, evidence-based mental health, substance abuse and developmental disability services to nearly 12,000 people annually. Our medical, clinical and support staff is dedicated to making brighter tomorrows for our clients and their families by helping them to recover from these debilitating disabilities and resume productive lives. We invite you to support our mission and join us in envisioning a community in which disabilities no longer limit potential.
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